Or Lokay Cohen

Or Lokay Cohen is a vice president at Bittax, a crypto tax calculation platform. Or has 10 years’ experience with regulation, managing a leading tax consultant firm. She holds a LL.M. law degree, a B.A. in communications and an M.A. in management and public policy. In her work at Bittax, Or promotes the goal of bridging between cryptocurrency to the taxation reality to enable tax reporting under a clear regulatory framework and specific identification methods.

Author’s posts

Expert Take
All you need to know to prepare for Crypto Tax Season 2020 and correctly inform the IRS about your crypto.
One Month Left to Crypto Tax Season — 5 Critical Mistakes to Avoid
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2020-06-18T16:00:00+01:00
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How to crypto
Tax primer for retailers and e-tailers who want to use crypto.
Bitcoin for Business: The Tax Guide
Or Lokay Cohen
2020-03-25T13:19:00+00:00
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Expert Take
All you need to know for Crypto Tax Season 2020: new guidance, rules, nuances. Be ready to inform the IRS about your crypto.
Are You Ready for the New Crypto Tax Season?
Or Lokay Cohen
2020-01-29T19:39:00+00:00
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New Year Special
2019 was a very busy year with crypto tax legislation — check out Cointelegrahp's 2019 global overview.
Around the World in 2019 — A Landmark Year for Crypto Taxation
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2019-12-28T21:32:00+00:00
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Expert Take
Bitcoin traders can use Bitcoin price drops to reduce their tax liabilities.
If Bitcoin Price Drops — an Opportunity for Crypto Tax Planning
Or Lokay Cohen
2019-11-30T03:45:00+00:00
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Expert Take
New U.K. crypto tax policy paper: Crypto is an asset and subject to capital gain tax.
Her Majesty the Queen Rules Out Crypto as Currency
Or Lokay Cohen
2019-11-09T16:57:00+00:00
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Expert Take
Understanding the new IRS guidance for cryptocurrency.
New IRS Guidance: How to Report Crypto Assets Accurately
Or Lokay Cohen
2019-10-31T11:59:00+00:00
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Expert Take
The United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) commissions blockchain analysis services and can investigate crypto reports.
Only Reporting Part of Your Crypto Addresses? The IRS Needs to Know
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2019-09-26T14:12:00+01:00
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